Canadian metalcore band As The Structure Fails released the music video for their single “The Surface”. The melodic track delivers a level of chaos to compliment the lightheartedness of the video, which takes place in the middle of a cornfield.

About the video, vocalist Kyle Laird stated:
“We decided to take a jump outside the standard heavy music videos we tend to see, to create something outside of the box. We feel like this video truly is one-of-a-kind, reflecting our own lives of living in small towns and working on farms. We hope people see the humour in it.”

In the video, the band can be seen hardcore dancing in the hay, playing some pretty unconventional instruments, and getting squeaky clean in a makeshift tractor tub before they go on to completely dismantle the farm.

As The Structure Fails originally formed in 2009, but the Ontario-based band didn’t solidify their lineup until 2015. The band barely got off the ground before drummer Kyle Clarke underwent multiple brain surgeries for a life-threatening diagnosis called Arteriovenous Malformation. Luckily, he made a full recovery, and they released their self-titled full-length in 2018. Topics of the album focus on damaged relationships, addiction, and the immoral habits of our culture. The band brings forward the idea that society, although corrupt, can change. They believe one person or one action everyday has the potential to bring a light into this sometimes dark world.